Boys basketball program at St. Andrews loaded with “lots of talent”

SAES logoPOTOMAC — The boys' basketball program at St. Andrew's Episcopal School has modest goals for the 2017-18 campaign.
The Lions compete in the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAC) along with Flint Hill, Georgetown Day, Maret, Sidwell Friends, St. James and the Potomac School.
The league received some notoriety this summer when Silver Spring native Josh Hart became the first Sidwell Friends graduate ever selected in the NBA Draft. Hart, who was selected by the Los Angeles Lakers with the final pick in the first round, played for current Sidwell Friends head coach Eric Singletary.


St. Andrew's Episcopal School forward pledges to play at Louisiana Tech

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One of Montgomery County’s top student-athletes in the Class of 2017 has made a pledge to play Division I college basketball.

Anthony Duruji, a 6-foot-7 junior wing forward at Potomac’s St. Andrew’s Episcopal School, on Monday verbally committed to play college basketball at Louisiana Tech University according to Lions’ head coach Kevin Jones.

“I’m happy Anthony chose a place that he feels will help him grow as a person and a player,” said Jones. “I look forward to seeing him play at the next level.”


Muresan finds perfect fit at Georgetown U.

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DSC 8757-EditGeorge Muresan hopes to follow in his father's footsteps at Georgetown University. PHOTO BY JACQUI SOUTH

POTOMAC – St. Andrew’s Episcopal School senior basketball standout George Muresan was searching for a college program that offered his major and one that wasn’t too far away from his Montgomery County home.

When Georgetown University offered a preferred walk-on opportunity for the 6-foot-9 forward, Muresan, who plans to major in pre-med, was sold.

The teenager said he is “very, very excited” to become part of the Georgetown basketball program.


St. Andrew's hosts summer league basketball

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Basketball through hoopSt. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Potomac is hosting a boys and girls summer basketball league this year.

The 16-team league features 12 Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) basketball programs and three county private school teams.

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